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Open Studio with Stewart Jones
November 26, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Friday, repeating until December 17, 2021
This morning class will be designed as an open workshop for artists to bring
their own projects to work on throughout the 6 week duration. There will be in
class instruction, mentorship + guidance available to work through strategies to
over come any blocks and help with decision making throughout the creative
process. All students will have access to instructor through critique +
demonstration. All drawing / painting projects are welcome. Students are
responsible for all materials and expected to bring works in progress week to
week for criticism + guidance. A safe and comfortable learning environment is
key to developing trust and confidence in creative development.
Dates: Fridays – November 19 – December 17
Time: 10am to 1pm
Stew Jones has a 4-year Associate Diploma in Drawing & Painting from the Ontario College of Art (1995) as well as having graduated from Sheridan College’s 3-year Classical Animation program (2001). Jones has and continues to exhibit oil paintings across North America ( AQUAMIAMI, AFFORDABLE ART FAIR NYC, LOVEART TORONTO, ARTIST PROJECT TORONTO). Jones continues to storyboard for commercials and has created album/production art for Canadian bands Cuff The Duke, Wayne Petti, Justin Rutledge, Jenny Whitely and Polaris and Juno award winning projects for Sarah Harmer. In 2012 Stew art/co-directed Juno award winning RUMBLESEAT – The Sadies (MUSIC VIDEO OF THE YEAR 2012). Jones is an active founding member of The Canadian Art Collective and City Field North Shore painting collectives + has gallery representation in Ottawa & Prince Edward County. In 2013 Stewart moved to Wellington, Prince Edward County where he lives and works. Gallery Representation : MAISON DEPOIVRE WALLSPACE GALLERY
Please note that during class mask-wearing and social distancing will be required for the duration of the class. We appreciate your understanding.